Qual­ity breed­ing block

The Western Star - - RURAL WEEKLY -

THIS 320-hectare high-qual­ity cat­tle breed­ing farm is tucked away on Mount Lin­de­say Rd, Koree­lah, in north­ern NSW. It is be­ing of­fered on a walk-in walk-out ba­sis and in­cludes ev­ery­thing ex­cept some an­tiques, fam­ily heir­looms and some per­sonal items.

The house fea­tures a mod­ern farm-style kitchen, three bed­rooms, one bath­room, two toi­lets, a large for­mal din­ing/sit­ting room, large for­mal lounge, and a util­ity room that has been used as an art stu­dio and bed­room, and could be used as an of­fice or gym, or fern­ery/hot­house.

There are three sep­a­rate re­verse-cy­cle air-con­di­tion­ing units and the house is cen­trally heated from a Bosky wood-fire heater/oven.

An ex­tra-large en­closed en­ter­tain­ment area with a beau­ti­ful view to the north-east com­pletes the im­pres­sive house fa­cil­i­ties.

Ex­ter­nal build­ings in­clude a large ma­chin­ery shed/garage and an old tim­ber build­ing that once served as a dairy now used for stor­age.

The farm it­self is a good mix of un­du­lat­ing open graz­ing and tim­bered coun­try fenced into 10 large pad­docks and some smaller pad­docks close to the house.

Each pad­dock is wa­tered from ei­ther dams or stock troughs that are ser­viced by some 2km of un­der­ground pipe from a large dam via a so­lar-pow­ered sys­tem.

With a 900ml plus av­er­age rain­fall ev­ery year, wa­ter shouldn’t be a prob­lem.

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